Liam Wells publishes article in the European Journal of Risk Regulation


Liam analyses the use of planning law to regulate short-term letting, such as the type facilitated by Airbnb. He compares the efficiency of the use of statute versus common-law nuisance claims. His article forms part of a special issue of the EJRR on the regulation of disruptive innovations. Liam is currently undertaking PhD research in law and economics, for which he specialises in: regulatory, public and environmental law. 

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